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Bridge Group Celebrates

In August, a small group of us met at a friend’s home for an afternoon of bridge. Our hostess has lived at the lovely Kawartha Lakes Retirement Home on West Street since its inception in 2013 and we’ve always enjoyed our visits there. Starting at 1:30, we wiled away the afternoon playing cards, chatting and, of course, drinking the mandatory tea. Then it was time to go home. Upon departure, we promised to get together again in September and, of course in October. Why is October important? Well, that is the month of our hostess’s birthday! How old will she be? A lady never tells her age, but I think under these extraordinary circumstances, we may be pardoned for boasting. Our friend will be turning an unbelievable 102! And she still plays a smart game of bridge. Have a Happy Birthday, Rose! Dorothy Hannon (long-time bridge partner) Bobcaygeon

Weed Control

I just read Susan Franks letter about the use of “Glyphosate” to control various weeds along our byways and highways in the City of Kawartha Lakes, and no doubt elsewhere in this province of ours. What is this municipality and this province thinking about in allowing this “Bee” killer chemical to be used in our province? There are numerous arguments going on about this chemical being responsible for the extinction of Earth’s major pollinators. Bees are disappearing faster than we can breed them and if we continue to allow this chemical to be manufactured and used “carte blanche” without the most stringent regulation, or to my way of thinking, totally banned from use anywhere across Canada. Our country will be totally mired in chemicals that have long-term effects on today’s and future

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Canadians, along with our wildlife, while our Great Lakes are fast becoming inundated with numerous chemical soup mixtures, and Lake Ontario has its own 350 of them, already. Spraying Glyphosate willy nilly on our roadsides gets into our water, which eventually finds its way into our drinking water at some point in time and is killing our honey bees on a massive scale. Isn’t it time you did something about these poisonous chemicals that are killing our pollinator bees? Remember what DDT did to wildlife. These Corporate chemical companies will bend the truth about any tests to make a fast buck -- cigarettes being the leader of all time, lead paint, etc. The trail of banned chemicals is fast becoming a list of health issues for many Canadians. The CKL should be banning all chemicals that have the slightest suspicion of causing harm to animals or human kind. G Hawkridge City of Kawartha Lakes

A Beggar Came To My Door

I heard a knock at my door this morning and when I answered it, I was surprised to see a shabby looking man standing there. He handed me a card that showed his picture and bore the message: I am deaf and dumb, can you help me? He held up a bag of key chains. Strangely enough, I was in need of one, so I opened my purse and handed him some money. My friends tell me I was “gullible and foolish”. The government takes care of people like him, they say. But I have no regrets for I can still remember the stark days of the 1930s when often beggars would come to our door, their hands held out in supplication. My parents always invited them in for a simple meal or handed them 10 cents for a cup of coffee and maybe some bread. My grandmother, a minister’s wife, always held to the credo: “It is our duty to help the poor.” And as the times get harder today, I believe we should all follow this edict. Dorothy Hannon Bobcaygeon


City Hall Lindsay Airport Plan Takes Flight By Pat Warren

Council agreed with the staff recommendation to set monies aside to fund periodic studies allowing planning for the future. This approach will allow the airport to be prepared for future expansion once a major tenant comes forward. This move will also help the city be prepared for a major Federal/Provincial grant opportunity allowing the city to be shovel-ready once these grants are announced. Although most municipal airports don’t break even, the Lindsay airport has recently shown great fiscal improvement with most years showing only a small deficit. Mayor Letham commented “there really isn’t a deficit as the airport brings in economic development dollars.” This amount is estimated to be over $5 million a year in direct and indirect economic impact. But the most compelling reason to keep the airport is the ORNGE ambulance service. In 2016, 68 critical patients were airlifted from the community to receive lifesaving aid from larger centres. In particular, Councillor Pollard spoke personally about the merits of the ORNGE ambulance service that helped save a family member. Some things you just can’t put a price on. home

At the meeting of September 12th, City of Kawartha Lakes Council supported the continuance of the municipal airport in Lindsay. Councillor Strangway made the motion: “THAT the City of Kawartha Lakes continues to financially support both Operating and Capital Budget, in accordance with the asset management plan, to maintain the existing Level of Service for the Kawartha Lakes Municipal Airport; THAT funds be allocated to multi-year Capital Budgets for studies/options for the Airport to expand services in the future; and THAT the Kawartha Lakes Airport Board reviews the governance model of the Airport and report back to Council in 2018.” As previously reported, Council had to choose whether to close the airport, sell or lease the airport to a private company, invest heavily in the infrastructure, or remain with a status quo approach. Currently the Municipal Airport is utilized by of the various user groups including a flight school; ORNGE home of the (Support Health Care – Air Ambulance); OPP; MNRF; BOBCAYGEON Sept. home Canadian Military; private aircraft; and others. 1,2 & 3 BOBCAYGEON FAIR OCTOBER of OCTOBER 28th Council chose a path that would allow the airport the FAIR 1,2 & 3 7:30 pm bobcaygeonfair.com 705-887-2075 to support the same services today but also to be prepared for tomorrow.

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ARENA REVIEW

City of Kawartha Lakes Council is considering the recommendations made by the Arenas Working Group about capital investment in arenas across the municipality. In December of 2016, Council decided to keep all arenas operating while the Working Group prepared recommendations. This group has met over the last year to explore how best to provide arena services to users well into the future while reducing the annual operating deficit of arenas. The recommendations adopted by Council include: • Maintaining the Manvers, Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay and Woodville arena facilities as required for continued operations; • Scheduling the Ops arena for a complete refurbishment to bring it up to date and ensure its viability; • Exploring a new arena complex in the Oakwood/ Little Britain area with the goal of combining the two existing facilities. A single- and twin-pad format will

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be studied, as well as the opportunity to combine additional facilities in the same location; and • Explore building a new arena complex in the Village of Omemee to replace the existing Emily/Omemee complex. The existing facility is dated and in need of substantial capital investment to extend its life cycle. Staff will report back by June of 2018 on the requirements in order for the above recommendations to take place. Any future decisions will impact the 10-year financial plan which is based on maintaining all 10 ice surfaces as status quo. The Working Group recognizes that longer term planning will allow the City to capitalize on grant opportunities as they arise.

TRENT LAKES COUNCIL NOTES

By Glenna Burns

Trent Lakes Council approved a contract for an Internet/Telephone Voting System for the 2018 municipal elections to Simply Voting at a cost of just under $17,000. A Collective Agreement has been ratified between CUPE Local 1306.1 and the Municipality. Greenview Environmental Management has been given the ‘green light’ by Council to proceed with detailed engineering design and construction documents in preparation for the new centralized public works depot at the County Road 49 site. Rockridge Quarry (2329059 Ontario Inc) at Flynn’s Corners, has met the Municipal And Planning Act requirements according to Trent Lakes municipal planner and now moves into the peer review of technical reports and site plans stage. Kawartha Guard Services of Peterborough has been awarded a temporary trial contract with the Municipality to enforce By-laws from July 17 to November 30 at a rate of $21.50/hour.

TWO NEW SOLAR PROJECTS FOR TL

By Glenna Burns

Since 2013 two solar projects have been in the development stages in Trent Lakes. Initially Green Life Solar was responsible for the projects, but since 2016 the international company, ReneSola (in 16 countries) has purchased the business and taken control. The G2 project of 500kW is proposed for the Flynn’s Corners area, on County Road 36 just east of the Hydro One Switch Yard. This solar project was stalled because the Eastern Meadowlark (a species at risk) was found on the site. ReneSola, in consultation with the MNRF (Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests) has created a mitigation plan to protect the birds.

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The second project of 250kW, known as G10, is situated at 1707 Bessie Avenue just off County Road 36. This area has 17 residential properties close to the proposed solar site. There were two problems here: • ReneSola could not comply with the required 100 metre setback from other properties due to space restrictions and requested Trent Lakes Council allow a 20 metre setback instead. • The second was the existence of Butternut trees (endangered species) on the site. At the September 5 council meeting the two sites were discussed. It was concluded that the G2 site should go ahead. Council was not unanimous on the G10 proposal of altering the setback distance. Councillors Raymond and Lambshead (who visited the site) supported the project. “I visited the site,” said Raymond. “I could not see other properties. The company also has to do visual screenings and it appears the majority of people in the area support the project.” Councillor Persson also visited the site. Although he too stated that the property was hidden he was not in favour. Deputy Mayor Windover was not in favour but gave no reason for that. In a letter to Council, ReneSola explained that they had tried to contact all 17 property owners in the area both through mail and personal visits. Eleven households signed in support, 4 gave no response and 2 refused to sign. In response to the endangered Butternut trees, further mitigation would take place to protect the trees that are there and plant and nurture more of the species. Council voted in favour of both projects continuing to move forward. Each project is expected to operate for 20 years.

QUARRY INFO SESSION

By Glenna Burns

Eric Gillespie, legal counsel for the appellants opposing the Dewdney Mountain Farms mega quarry at Nogies Creek, will be at the Bobcaygeon Service Centre on Saturday, September 23 at 10am. Gillespie will be explaining the process of the legal trail that has taken place since 2014 and prospects for success at the final hearing on September 26 at the Divisional Court of Justice in Oshawa. Hundreds of area residents have been following this case closely as the impacts of increased truck traffic, road and bridge depletion, environmental and other concerns have become key rallying issues. The appellants who have been fighting this quarry development through the courts are confident that their case has merit and are asking one final time for the public’s financial support on September 23 when Gillespie speaks about the key issues of defence. Many other large quarry proposals are in the works for the north Kawartha region. This industry, if left unchecked, will have an impact on the quality of life for residents and tourists in the entire region. The outcome of this Dewdney case will set the precedent for every new quarry development in the Kawarthas. Your support at this time is key to the future of our beautiful home.

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Branch 184 Woodville & District (705) 439-2397 • Country Music Jam third Sunday of each month - Reg Benoit, Lester White & Ralph Cashen - $5 admission -Musicians & singers free admission. Bar will be open, food available, door prizes, 50/50 draw. • Dances the last Saturday of each month beginning September 30. 8pm to 11pm featuring The Gary Peters Band. $10 per person – light lunch at 11pm.

Branch 238 Fenelon Falls (705) 887-3041 The kitchen at the Branch will be closed from October 11 to October 25 for improvements - most courtesy of a grant from New Horizons for Seniors. Unfortunately this means that lunches will not be available during this period and the hall will not be available for rental. Regularly scheduled events will continue in the auditorium where possible. We apologize for any inconvenience during this time and thank you for your patience and support.

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Branch 239 Bobcaygeon (705) 738-2710 • September 17 to 23 – Open House all week with special displays, music, membership draws and great prizes. • Pasta Mondays – 5 to 7pm

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Kawartha Lakes Connection

RENOWNED CHOIR COMES TO BOBCAYGEON

Working to serve you better

By Mayor Andy Letham

Council has been focused on improving the level of service we offer across all areas of our City. This fall, Corporate Customer Service Standards for all City staff will be presented to Council. Training on these standards will be provided for staff, with full implementation by January 1, 2018. We are working to serve you better across the board. Another example of service improvement is in Planning and Development. This department includes services that assist everyone from homeowners looking to add a deck or pool to their property to developers applying to build a subdivision or business owners wanting to expand their facilities. We are aware that in the past, these expansions have not always been easy due to complicated processes, wait times or applicable fees. You may have heard of the work of the Planning Approvals Task Force this year. The Task Force has done a thorough review of this department and made recommendations for improvement. I’m pleased to say that we are already starting to see the results of these changes. Working together with Kawartha Conservation, we have shortened wait times for residents waiting for consultations that involve both of our organizations. We have trained staff in the Planning and Development department on customer service and are implementing standards for response times. This is a complicated process that won’t change overnight, but we’re encouraged by what we are hearing on the streets about the changes to date. We’re also encouraged by the amount of new development in Kawartha Lakes. New subdivisions, condos and commercial development are all taking place like never before. The investment we’ve made in infrastructure so that these projects can proceed is starting to pay off. The growth resulting from these projects will increase our tax base, which spreads the cost of running the City over more users and makes living and doing business here more affordable for everyone. I’m also very pleased that our new municipal website is live at www.kawarthalakes.ca. I think you’ll find it user friendly and will appreciate the new options to stay informed about City news and events. Please take a moment to subscribe to the information that you’d like to receive by email or directly to your smart phone or tablet.

Trinity Providence United Church is proud to host the internationally-acclaimed African Children’s Choir on Wednesday, September 27 at 7pm. The African Children’s Choir melts the hearts of audiences with their charming smiles, beautiful voices and lively African songs and dances. The program features well-loved children’s songs, traditional Spirituals and Gospel favourites. Concerts are free and open to all. Donations will be accepted at the performance to support African Children’s Choir programs, such as education, care and relief and development programs.  Trinity Providence United Church is located at 44 William Street in Bobcaygeon.

SHARING HER JOURNEY

Local public speaker Melda Roache Clark hosts “A Broken Mind,” an evening talk on mental health, depression, sexual abuse and body image. Sharing her personal journey with the audience, Melda relates how these issues have affected her life in a multitude of ways. Melda Roache Clark is a mental health speaker hailing from a small fishing village in Nova Scotia. Now living in Bobcaygeon, Ontario, Melda is a natural storyteller, sharing her true-to-life trials and successes with audiences in Ontario and on the east coast. A helping hand for those on their own mental health journeys, Melda shares her point of view as a survivor as well as a wife, mother, and grandmother. She explains the fallout from sexual assault and mental illness in her own life along with how she has managed to carve out a new path with support from family, friends, colleagues and health professionals. “I highly recommend ‘A Broken Mind’,” says Pastor Melvin Wheaton of Lockeport, Nova Scotia. “Melda has an incredible way of delivering her talk that is relatable, enjoyable, informative and nonthreatening. She lets people know, in her unique way, that it is okay to struggle, you are not alone in your struggles, and you do not have to struggle in silence or alone.” Melda will be speaking at Lakes Community Church, 269 Main St. on Thursday, September 28 at 7pm. Admission at the door is $10 per person. For more information visit Melda’s website at www. meldaroachclark.com.

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BAD NEWS/GOOD NEWS

Bringing Out The Best in People

By Pamela VanMeer, Kawartha411

Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the Caribbean before slamming into Florida over the weekend. The numbers tell the story of devastation. Damage is estimated at approximately $62 billion. Twenty-three people have been reported dead so far in the United States. Six people are reported to have died in a Florida nursing home and five others died in suspected carbon monoxide poisoning while using generators. Another man was killed in Georgia after a tree fell on his home. In total 61 people in Irma’s path lost their lives.  The power of nature is a force to be reckoned with, something beyond our control. As residents watched and waited for Irma to come bearing down on them, there was little they could do. Some boarded up their homes and secured them as well as they could. Many people fled north trying to outrun the winds and floods.  While the storm raged on, people from all across the country and Canada rushed in to help.  Ontario Hydro announced that 175 employees were headed to Florida to help restore power to millions.  Two dozen Nova Scotia Power employees headed out to Tampa and Toronto Hydro says it sent nearly 30 employees to help after receiving a request from Tampa Electric.  Within 24 hours, Florida Power & Light said crews had already restored power to 40 percent of the 5 million

customers affected by Irma. They say all power should be restored by September 22. A nun in Florida pitched in to help clean up by taking a chainsaw to downed trees while dressed in her full habit. The police posted a video of Sister Margaret Ann at work on social media after an officer spotted her with chainsaw in hand.  Four members of Toronto Based Global Medic went to St. Maarten with the hopes of delivering water purification tablets to clean drinking water. The island took an almost direct hit from Irma and was devastated.  A small town in Georgia banded together to help feed hundreds of evacuees. Perry, Georgia has an estimated population of just over 16,000 people. Officials say they were inundated with evacuees and everyone pitched in to help them. A group of volunteers begins cooking at 5am and the last meal is served at 9pm. They serve about 1,000 meals a day and 500 snacks.  Mother Nature’s power cannot be underestimated but neither can the power of people. The power of love, kindness and generosity is an unstoppable force. We may not be able to control the weather but we sure can come together to lessen its impact. You can find more local news and reports on www.kawartha411.ca.

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The Mash Bash is a terrific event that raises money to benefit the Kawartha North Family Health Team (KNFHT) walk-in clinics in Bobcaygeon and Fenelon Falls. Golfers gathered at Eganridge Golf & Country Club and more than 170 people attended a gala dinner at the Dunsford Community Centre that brings in the cash. With a live auction, a silent auction and a toonie auction at the gala, in addition to corporate sponsorships and golfer participation, the event raised $34,500 this year for the clinics which are supported only by private donations. Over the 5 years since the first event, the group has raised more than $122,000. If you’d like to get involved in next year’s event scheduled for August 25, as a corporate sponsor or volunteer, contact jim@hmabenefits.com. (Photo credit: Kawartha North Family Health Team)

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Horoscopes

September 22 to Oct 5 Melodie McCullough

Aquarius (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Every minute, every hour, every day you spend in anger means one thing for certain: you have lost that time when you could be happy. Aquarius, try to stem resentment and replace it with cheer. Pisces (Feb. 20 to March 20) Among your many zodiac traits, Pisces, is your quality of great empathy and forgiveness towards others and their circumstances. We hope you are aware of this and how much it means to those around you. Be proud of yourself! Aries (March 21 to April 20) The summer may be over, Aries, but that doesn’t mean that the red-hot romance you experienced is over; or that the affection you had hoped for will not happen. Fall is a wonderful time to fall in love! Taurus (April 21 to May 21) Did you know that Carol Burnett shares your zodiac sign, Taurus? That may be because people born under it are known to have a wonderful sense of humour and to often use this humour to be the centre of attention. This is you! Keep making people laugh!

Cancer (June 23 to July 23) “Down in their hearts, wise men know this truth: the only way to help yourself is to help others.”: Elbert Hubbard. This may not be the solution to everyone’s problems – some problems go deep – but helping others will certainly give more meaning to your life, Cancer, and fill up your days! Leo (July 24 to Aug. 23) You may soon be meeting up with old friends and reconnecting with family. There are many lovely welcomes lying in store for you, Leo. Virgo (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Working daily with people with whom you don’t see eye-to-eye can be a frustrating and disheartening experience, Virgo. Does this apply to you? You need to ask yourself some questions. Is there anything that can be done? Don’t let it eat away at you and spoil your career chances. Libra (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) It’s the first day of fall, Libra (Sept. 22), and the equinox when the sun rises due east and sets due west. You may think it bodes cold, dreary days ahead, but why not look to the Spring blooms that will come. Plant some crocus bulbs, tulips and others and think positive! Scorpio (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Be careful with money during this next zodiac phase, Scorpio. Don’t get duped into get-ahead schemes that will, instead, leave you behind. Stay focused.

Gemini (May 22 to June 22) Kind words are free! They cost you nothing, and, yet, think how much wealth they bring to the person hearing them, Gemini. So why not spread some golden moments today?

Sagittarius (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Don’t let the naysayers get you down, Sag! You are doing everything you should be doing right now to move ahead with your life. It will take time, but blue skies are ahead!

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Capricorn (Dec. 22 to Jan 20) People appreciate you Capricorn, so don’t you forget that! You are considered reliable and generous – and a great friend. Keep these thoughts in your heart.

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LAUGH OUT LOUD

Tickets are now on sale for the Autumn Dinner Theatre at the Buckhorn Community Centre! November 3 to 5 and 10 to 12, the Hall’s Bridge Players take to the stage with four – yes, four – one-act plays designed to make you laugh out loud. Tickets are $40 and include a salad bar, roast pork dinner and dessert – as well as the performance. For times, names of performers and more information, go to www.buckhorncommunitycentre. com.

PREPPING FOR THE PANTO

Globus Theatre @ The LAB is currently looking for extremely talented (or really enthusiastic) performers to join the cast of professional actors in their community production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The show will run December 5 to 17 and there are lots of characters to be cast. Roles will be double cast so they’re looking for 14 performers aged 6 to 11 to fill the following starring roles: FRED – A sleepy fellow TED – Always smiling ED – Bit of a grump NED – in charge of the group RED – very shy JED – has terrible allergies GORDON – not very bright They are also seeking: • 4 strong actors with great comedic skills to play the comedy duo Marks and Spencer, ages 12 to 16 • A male or female (principal boy) to play Prince Roger, ages 17 to 25 • Older male actor to play Snow White’s father, the Baron Weakneasie Smaller roles to be cast include: • Courtier – pompous, any age, Male • Iris, Fairy of the lake – beautiful, any age, female • Various woodland creatures – ages 5 to 8 They’re also looking for those interested in helping in other areas including backstage, painting scenery, building sets, finding props, sewing costumes and doing make-up. Auditions will be held at the following times – you must book one of the four audition slots available: • Tuesday, September 26 - 6pm to 7pm and 7pm to 8pm • Wednesday, September 27 - 6pm to 7pm and 7pm to 8pm Those auditioning for performance roles are asked to prepare a two-minute monologue and be prepared to read from the script. To schedule an audition time call Sarah at 705738-2037 or email sarah@globustheatre.com. home of the

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Films by the Falls and Kawartha Lakes Film Circuit are proud to kick off their 2017/2018 season with a presentation of Elevation Pictures’ Beatriz at Dinner. This Season Premier screening that will be held at the Fenelon Falls Secondary School on Tuesday, September 26. At an elegant dinner party in a swanky hilltop home, conversation between a soft-spoken holistic healer and a hard-nosed businessman explodes into a bitter clash of cultures in Beatriz at Dinner, the latest provocative film from director Miguel Arteta and screenwriter Mike White. Tickets will be available at the box-office door for $10 each on September 26 or in advance at Sweet Bottoms Coffee House, Fenelon Falls. Doors open at 6:30pm with the feature presentation beginning at 7:30pm. Fenelon Falls Secondary School is located at 66 Lindsay St.

Notice of Watermain Flushing – Fenelon Falls & Bobcaygeon The City of Kawartha Lakes wishes to inform the residents of Fenelon Falls & Bobcaygeon that Water and Wastewater Division Distribution Staff will be flushing watermains starting September 18, 2017 and continue until October 31, 2017. Cleaning will take place daily from 7:00am to 4:30pm The flushing of watermains is necessary to remove sediment that gradually deposit in the pipes. There may be brief periods when your water becomes cloudy or discoloured. To clear your water lines, simply let your cold water tap run until the water flows clear. Please check your drinking, cooking and laundry water before using. There may also be temporary pressure fluctuations during flushing. The City of Kawartha Lakes thanks you for your co-operation during the flushing program. Follow us on Twitter @CKL_WandWW for the most recent updates. If you have questions or concerns please call 705-324-9411

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The Coboconk and Area Food Bank is holding a special Thanksgiving Bake Sale on Saturday, October 7 from 9am to noon at Christ Church in Coboconk. Donations of baked goods will be gratefully accepted at the Christ Church, 12 Elizabeth Street from 5:30 to 7pm on Friday, October 6 and 8 to 9am on Saturday, October 7. All proceeds will go to the Food Bank. For more information, email coboconkfoodbank@ gmail.com.

INVESTING IN LIFE

For the 2nd year, Investors Group in Bobcaygeon is partnering with Kids Against Hunger Canada to fully fund and host a unique event. Janice and Adam McInroy are leading the charge to put together more than 7,000 pre-packaged meals to help those in northwest Ontario and the First Nation Reserves there who are in desperate need. Last year, with the help of a large number of AGENT volunteers, they packaged more than 7,000 meals for the Bobcaygeon Helps Food Bank. On Saturday, October 14 from 9am to 12 noon, GENT about 60 volunteers ranging from high school students earning their volunteer hours to retirees will gather at Trinity United Church to help in the effort and have 30 ears fun doing it. Y If you can lend a hand, contact Shaheena at 705738-2422.

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The Kinette Club of Bobcaygeon held their first meeting of the Kin year recently at the Lion’s Hall. Our Past President Shirley welcomed everyone back to the start of what is going to be another busy fun-filled Kinette year. Our first project, running our food booth at the Bobcaygeon Fair, is now getting organized. Sandwiches, hot dogs and desserts will be available for you to purchase. Our committees are busy organizing the Kinette Breakfast with Santa and the Kinette Santa Claus Parade both on Saturday, December 9. The Kinette Friendship dinner will be on December 5 for ladies living alone in Bobcaygeon. Remember, if you are interested in coming out to one of our meetings contact any Bobcaygeon Kinette member.  See you at the Fair!

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CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

Fleming College’s Frost Campus is inviting students, employees, alumni and the community to join in its 50th Anniversary Celebration, taking place on Friday, September 29. “Fleming is excited to host a celebration of our 50th anniversary at Frost Campus,” said Drew Van Parys, Executive Director of Advancement and Marketing. “It’s a way for us to commemorate this significant milestone, enhance student learning, and also give our thanks to the community for its long-standing support of the college.” • The 50th Anniversary Celebration will take place from noon to 4 p.m. and will feature a logger sports demonstration, a Tree Canada tree planting ceremony, a time capsule burial (to be opened in 25 years), live music and entertainment. All are welcome to take part. Please pre-register if you’re planning to attend. • Fleming’s Moveable Feast, a unique 100-mile dining experience, is a celebration of local food in support

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of student learning and the community. This event will take place at the campus following the 50th Anniversary Celebration, starting at 5pm. Tickets are $50 and are available by calling 1-866-353-6464 Ext. 3028. For more information, visit flemingcollege.ca

GRAND CHIEF SPEAKS ABOUT TRUTH & RECONCILIATION

Local residents will have a unique opportunity to hear Grand Chief Patrick Wedahseh Madahbee share the latest developments relating to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action on Tuesday, September 26 from 7pm to 8:30pm at Peterborough Public Health on 185 King St., Peterborough. Grand Chief Madahbee of the Anishinabek Nation will speak about the response of governments and other partners so far to the 94 Calls to Action put forward by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in 2015. The TRC’s mandate was to redress the painful legacy of the residential school system in Canada and to facilitate reconciliation among former students, their families, their communities and all Canadians. Grand Council Chief Patrick Wedaseh Madahbee is currently serving his third consecutive term as Grand Council Chief of the Anishinabek Nation and is also the President of the Union of Ontario Indians. He has more than 40 years’ experience in Band politics, including 17 years as Chief of Aundeck Omni Kaning.


GIVING REFUGE TO THOSE IN NEED By Kirk Winter In January, 2016, Bobcaygeon welcomed the Al Awad family of five – Syrian refugees fleeing their war torn homeland. For months, a group of 40 concerned citizens from Bobcaygeon worked tirelessly to successfully sponsor the family, and bring them to Canada. The Bobcaygeon and Area Refugee Committee (BARC) formed subcommittees to take on jobs like language training, transportation, health care, financial needs and housing, providing the necessities of life for the family. Line Pinard, a spokesperson for the group, praised the commitment and dedication of the BARC members who have put in countless volunteer hours to assist these people in need. Pinard also pointed out the

We arrived in Canada from a refugee camp in Lebanon on January 23rd, 2016. It was very cold outside, but our welcome here was very warm. There was a whole bus load of people waiting for us outside our new apartment in Bobcaygeon. This was our second attempt to try and come to Canada. We didn’t know very much about Canada, but everyone in the refugee camp said that it was a very good place to go. We were very happy when we found out that BARC had sponsored us to come to Bobcaygeon. Before we arrived here, we didn’t know anything about Bobcaygeon and we had very little communication with our sponsors. I really liked Bobcaygeon as soon as we settled here. What I enjoy the most is how quiet a place it is, particularly in the winter. Everyone here has been extremely kind and generous with me and my family. Since I arrived here I have never experienced any discrimination or negative attitudes. My only concern about Bobcaygeon was that it was a place surrounded by water and I was concerned about us floating away. I really like the snow here and actually prefer winter to summer as I do not like mosquitoes and other insects. At least there are no scorpions here like in Syria! Some of the things I have come to enjoy here are Tim Horton’s donuts and Canada Dry. During my last few years in Syria, life was very difficult for my family and I. I personally survived many terrible hardships which affect me still today. I worry that I don’t have the background and skills to get a job here. I am working with many people to deal with my challenges and improve my skills. I am aware that I will need to improve my English, training and education if I want to get a good job. I am learning more each day, but the process is very slow. I know that my progress is not as fast as many other newcomers. Although I love Bobcaygeon I am often very homesick. I miss the Syrian culture and my friends and family. My parents and two of my brothers have relocated in Sweden. I also have a brother in Germany,

magnanimity and generosity seen time and time again from the business community in Bobcaygeon. They have made sure the Al Awads have not gone without what they need. After some recent setbacks, the Committee is moving forward with a plan to bring a second Syrian family here. They are working closely with government agencies to ensure their arrival early in 2018. If you would like to learn more about this group check out their page on Facebook under the following heading: Bobcaygeon and Area Syrian Sponsorship. The Kawartha Promoter is proud to have this opportunity for an exclusive interview with Yousef Al Awad, as told to Line Pinard with translation from Mustapha Elidrissi.

a sister and brother in Norway and one sister still in a refugee camp in Lebanon. My wife Miriam and I have four children: Yamama is 5, Hadeel is 4, Yaman is 3 and Mohamed who was born here in Canada will be 1 in September. The children love it here and are flourishing. They have adapted very well to Canada. Yamama can speak English and Arabic fluently and can switch from one language to another with ease. I hope that all my children will be bilingual in English and Arabic. Yamama loves school. I was very proud of her when she received the award for Most Improved Student when she finished Junior Kindergarten in June. Yamama’s enthusiasm for school has been passed on to her younger sister, Hadeel. Hadeel can’t wait to start school in September, take the school bus and play with other children in her class like her big sister. One challenge for Miriam and I is making sure that the children are getting enough exercise, and a variety of activities. They all have so much energy that it can be exhausting to keep them busy. In particular, 3-year-old Yaman likes to run and climb everywhere! They have a lot of pent up energy and the only time I can rest is when they are finally in bed at night. My dream is that one day we will get a property and build our dream home with space for the kids to run and play. I have come to love this country. It is a place where people can be safe and happy, and I would recommend Canada to any of my friends and family. I am aware of negative incidents that have happened to newcomers in other places, but I have never seen any of that here. I have found that people in this country are kind and tolerant. My final thoughts are that I hope that people will understand that some refugees have many challenges that can take a long time to address. I am very grateful for the patience and compassion that has been shown to us by the people here. My experience in Bobcaygeon makes me want to encourage other Syrian families to settle here. Thank you Canada! Thank you Bobcaygeon! September 22, 2017 - The Kawartha Promoter

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Bobcaygeon fall fair, SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

The Bobcaygeon Fall Fair has been a tradition for 159 years. Since its inception, it has undergone location changes, loss of buildings due to fires, and a shift in attractions and features. But as always, there are exhibits of baking, hobbies and farm-fresh produce to admire in the Exhibit Hall. The 2017 edition of the Fair kicks off Thursday, September 28 with a pre-Fair Demolition Derby at 7:30pm. It’s Toonie Night on the Midway beginning at 4pm and you can stroll through the exhibits from 5pm to 7pm. Friday, September 29 at 8:30 in the morning, the Hunter Horse Show starts the day off right, with the Exhibit Hall opening at 10am and the Midway at 4pm. The popular Tractor Pull & 4X4 Truck Pull begins at 6pm and Marc Ekins entertains in the aAena at 7pm. Then its the Ambassador Competition and Junior Ambassador Competition in the Arena, along with the official Opening of the Fair at 8:15pm. Saturday, September 30 is the ‘big day’ with the Midway opening at 9am, horse and animal shows all day and the Exhibit Hall open at 10am. The Annual Parade starts at 11am at the Fountain in Market Square and ends on the track at the Fairgrounds. There will be entertainment in the Arena from noon to 4:30 including Circus Jonathan and the Kawartha Country Cloggers. Don’t miss the talent show at the Band Shell at 2pm.

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Then, boogie the night away at the Fair Dance on Saturday night at the Arena starting at 8:30pm. Live on the Line and The Jade Eagleson Band will perform. Tickets are $15 at the door. Admission to the Fair is $10 for adults per day or $25 for a package of Thursday, Friday night and Saturday. For more information, check out bobcaygeonfair.com.

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The Bobcaygeon Fair dog show was started in 1972 by Sterling Jermyn, then a new member of the Fair board. He wanted to provide an event for children who did not have farm animals to exhibit, so he created the Pet Show for dogs and cats. In later years, the classes for cats were discontinued and it became the Bobcaygeon Fair dog show. Forty-five years later the show is still a popular event, and many grandchildren and great grandchildren of the kids who showed all those years ago enter each year. Classes for Best small, medium and large dogs are provided, to be shown by children 14 years of age and under. Prize money and ribbons are given out Fair day. A popular event in the show is the Obstacle Race for the person and dog. Classes for children 7 to 11 years and age 12 and over - allowing adults to compete in this race as well.  Some of the obstacles include tunnels, weave poles, board walk and hanging tire. The dogs are shown on leash and must do all the obstacles with the handler – i.e., the handler must go through the tunnels, too. People from all over Ontario have entered and watched the show. We hope you will join the fun, too.

Thursday Evening: • 4:00pm Midway open - Toonie Night • 5:00 - 7pm Exhibit Hall open • 7:30pm Demolition Derby Friday: Hunter Horse Show, Poultry Judging • 10:00am-9:00pm Exhibit Hall opens • 4:00pm Midway opens • 4:00pm-9:00pm Vendors in the Arena • 6:00pm Truck and Tractor Pull • 7:00pm Entertainer Marc Ekins in the Arena • 8:15pm Ambassador Competition and Opening of the Fair Saturday: FREE Shuttle Bus to the fairgrounds Livestock Shows, Pony Rides, Western Horse Show • 9:00am Midway opens • 11am Annual Parade • 12 noon Black Fly Boogie Band at the Talent Show Bandshell • 12 noon – 4:30 In the Arena Circus Jonathan, Kawartha Country Cloggers, Kelly Burrows & Inspired to Dance • 1:00pm Children’s Dog Show • 2:00pm Talent Show at the Band Shell 5 & Under to Adult (Singing and Instrumental) • 3:30pm Horse Pull - light and Heavy, ...and more. Saturday Night: • 8:30pm Dance at the arena featuring Live on the Line and The Jade Eagleson Band *winner of the New Upcoming Artist Award at Boots & Hearts Festival ($15 at the door)

DANCIN’ AT THE FAIR

Just when you thought the Bobcaygeon Fair’s Saturday night dance couldn’t get any better, it does! Joining Live on the Line on Saturday, September 30, the winners of this year’s Boots & Hearts Emerging Artist Competition, The Jade Eagleson Band, will take the stage in the arena! I spoke with Brian Kerr, one of the band members about playing at the Fair. While this is the band’s first time at the Fair, it’s not some of the band members’ first time in Bobcaygeon. Brian, Dar Kimble and Brandon Taylor are all from the area. Brian Martin is from the Whitby area and Jade Eagleson, the lead singer and guitarist is from Baileboro. Brian says they’re thrilled to play the Fair. “Everyone has been so supportive of us. There was a bus to Boots & Hearts to cheer us on there. This one is straight from the heart and we want everyone to come out.” As winners of the competition at Boots & Hearts, the band will be heading to Nashville to record a CD. So this may be your last chance to catch this great band before they make it big! The dance starts at 8:30 and is an all-ages event. Tickets are $15 each and available at the door.

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ROOTS ‘N’ RAMBLINGS By Linda Friend

Take Part in the Fair

Gardeners view the end of summer with both regret and relief. Regret because the landscape will soon be covered with snow and relief because we can recover from that onslaught of gardening chores! However, before you curl up with a cup of tea and the 2018 seed catalogues, there is just one more exciting horticultural event. It is Fair Time! Historically, agricultural Fairs have played a key role in improving varieties of plants and breeds of animals. Our own Fair is efficiently managed by the Bobcaygeon Agricultural Society. The website, www. bobcaygeonfair.com will impress with the wide range of competitions and activities. It’s very likely you have enjoyed viewing the displays of baking, crafts and horticulture. And perhaps, you suspect that your own zucchini, pot of jam or favourite rose would win top prize. Good news! This is your chance to be part of the event. The first step is to pick up a copy of the Bobcaygeon Fall Fair Homecraft, Homebaking and Junior Department Book. This “Blue Book” is your guide to all possible exhibits and rules of entry. Books are now available at British Empire Fuels, Granny

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Birds’ Wool Shop and the Chamber of Commerce. As of Tuesday, September 28, you’ll also find them at the Fair Office on the grounds near the curling rink. You can download the book in PDF format by going to the website, choosing “2017 Homecraft Book” link and downloading. The entry form is also available on the website. Fill out the entry form listing your homecraft items. Take the form to the Fair Office beginning Tuesday of Fair week or email it by Wednesday, September 27 to the Fair secretary. (See Page 9 in the blue book.) Please note that the request for insurance information is not required for homecraft exhibits. Your entry tickets will be waiting for you at the Fair Office on Tuesday and Wednesday and on Thursday morning. Finally, the big day arrives! Flowers should be cut in the cool of the morning or evening the day before the Fair and conditioned overnight in tepid water. Use simple, clean containers of a suitable size. Cut off all foliage below the water line. Follow instructions such as number of stems allowed or specified size of blooms. Vegetables should be free of dirt but not scrubbed clean. Uniformity is often rewarded with that first place. On Thursday, between 8:30 and noon, bring your items to the fairgrounds. If you have not already done so, pick up your entry tickets (the ticket you will attach to your item) at the Fair office. Finally deliver your tagged items and your entry form to the Curling Rink. Please arrive early as the cut off time of noon is strictly enforced to allow for afternoon judging. Participating in the Fair is fun and exciting and can be even financially rewarding! Children love to see their exhibits with ribbons attached. You may find it addictive. After all, the lure of competition and the reward of the red ribbon have kept Bobcaygeon folks in a “fair mood” for 159 years.

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Why Hire Us

Tasks such as tree removals can be extremely dangerous for individuals that are not trained to do so safely. Hiring professionals to do such jobs is a great way to prevent any possible injuries/damages that may occur if these tasks are completed improperly. We offer advice regarding the removal as well as tree care. Crazy Monkey is also fully licensed, liability insured and covered through WSIB for workplace safety. This reassures customers that any injuries and/or damages that could occur on the job site are completely covered.

Emerald Ash Borer

The emerald ash borer is a small insect that damages and kills trees within one to four years of infestation. The ash borer has just recently become more prevalent in central Ontario. The fact that it has very few natural enemies, combined with the fact that native ash trees have limited resistance to attack, these insects have become a major problem very quickly. Typically, within six years of a woodlot infestation, more than 99% of the ash trees will have been attacked and killed. The prevalence and area infested by ash borer is expected to continue to expand, mostly through the movement of infested material such as firewood. Trees affected by the ash borer become a hazard as they become weak, and because of this, it is recommended you get your ash trees inspected. If your trees have been infested, they may need to be removed to prevent further spread of disease. However, trees can also be injected with insecticides to protect them from being attacked by the ash borer. Our company supervisors are more than happy to take a look at any questionable trees and make suggestions to mitigate the infestation.

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It would seem as though summer 2017 barely arrived, but with the arrival of our fall colours, we know the first snow fall is not far off. As this cottage season winds down many cottagers will be closing up their home away from home over the coming weeks. The top two cottage and RV insurance claims are due to damage caused by water and wind during the winter, or early spring. It is a good idea to take these few extra precautions (that may just end up saving you money and grief next year). 1. Inspect your roof, and clean out your eaves troughs. Water damage from leaks make up the majority of water-damage claims. 2. Shut off and drain your plumbing. Water left in pipes can freeze and burst in the cold winter temperatures. 3. Trim overhanging and dead branches. Heavy snow falls can cause branches to snap, damaging your cottage or RV. 4. Pack up all food and defrost the refrigerator leaving the door ajar to prevent mold and mildew from growing. 5. Remove fire hazards from inside and outside your property. Turn off and unplug all appliances. Also, toss or take away any loose papers, newspapers, old rags and chemicals left hanging around.

Be Safe This Hunting Season

By Kirk Winter

Now that Fall is here, thousands of responsible and respectful outdoor enthusiasts are preparing for the hunt of their choice. Every hunting season has its share of mishaps; some tragically lead to a loss of life. While no hunting season checklist is foolproof, it is worthwhile to give some serious thought to your health, safety and the safety of others before you go rifle, shotgun, or bow hunting. Every province and municipality has different hunting regulations. However, there are safety measures that need to be respected and good judgment that needs to be exercised whenever a firearm or bow is used for hunting. Here are just a few: 1. Make sure you have the proper safety courses and licenses completed and purchased before you set out on the hunt of your choice. 2. Wear blaze orange so you are easily visible. 3. When travelling to and from a hunting area, keep your firearms unloaded and locked. 4.  Do not hunt in populated areas. Many standard hunting rounds are deadly to over 4km. 5. Do not hunt while tired or under the influence of alcohol or any kind of drugs including prescription medication. 6. Obtain permission to hunt on private property. Conflicts regarding trespassing can quickly escalate into something unfortunate and tragic. 7. Carry a cell phone with you at all times in case instant communication is necessary. 8. When hunting alone, let someone know where you will be hunting and when you expect to return. If tragedy was to occur, easy location could be the difference between life and death. All it takes is one “slob hunter”, who wilfully ignores the suggestions above, to bring a lifetime of heartbreak to another outdoor enthusiast’s family. Prepare before you go into the bush and have a safe, successful and enjoyable hunt.

6. Have one last walk through to check everything one last time. Lock up and feel at ease. If available, it is always a good idea to have a friend or neighbour check in on your property while you are away. If this winter goes by as fast as this summer has, you’ll be back enjoying your cottage, damage free, before you know it.

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LIBRARIES OFFER CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Kawartha Lakes Public Library is pleased to partner with the Ontario Early Years Centre this fall as they present the Stretch-a-Story program at library branches in Kawartha Lakes. The program is free and designed for families. Each event is an hour long and includes stories, activities, crafts and music. Please call your library branch in advance to reserve your space. The Stretch-a-Story program will be held once a month at each library branch until December. Bethany: 2nd Thursday of the month Bobcaygeon: 4th Friday of the month Coboconk: 1st Monday of the month Dalton: 3rd Monday of the month Dunsford: 1st Wednesday of the month Fenelon Falls: 4th Monday of the month Kinmount: 4th Tuesday of the month Kirkfield: 3rd Thursday of the month Little Britain: 2nd Monday of the month Norland: 3rd Tuesday of the month Oakwood: 2nd Wednesday of the month Woodville: 3rd Friday of the month At the Lindsay branch, Ontario Early Years will present the Parent Child Mother Goose program on Wednesdays from 10:15am to 11:15am until October 25.  This program is a relaxing time for parents and babies age 0-12 months to learn songs, rhymes and stories together. Registration is required; please call the

Ontario Early Years Centre at 705-324-7900 to reserve your space. For a complete list of fall programs view the calendar of events on the Library’s website at www. kawarthalakeslibrary.ca or contact your local library branch.

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ART ON THE RIVER

By Deb Crossen

Sometimes we meet people who we feel we’ve known all our lives. That recently happened to me when I met artist Daniel Marlatt of the Miskwaa Art

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Studio and Outdoor Gallery. Artist Daniel and his wife, Lynne, moved to 250 Edwina Drive last July from Richmond Hill. Daniel found the house online and, wanting to move north, he and Lynn decided to take a look. “As soon as I stepped out of my Jeep, I knew I was home,” Daniel told me. “I felt the spirituality of the whole area. I heard the Miskwaa Ziibi River behind the house, smelled the air and I knew this was it.” Daniel’s objective is to have an outlet for his own art, but also to promote other emerging artists. He has experience in many mediums including acrylic and oils, but now allows his environment to creatively lead him. He says, “I allow the natural stain or grain of the wood and the grain of the stone to tell the story. Then I put it together into a piece of art.” Daniel says moving to the area saved his life. “I’ve got heart issues and since I’ve been here my medications have been reduced, I have more energy and I can’t wait to wake up in the morning to think about what I’m going to create next.” The Gallery is outdoors where people can walk through the exhibits in the woods under a green canopy, then stop at the River to decompress. “A lot of people just come for the environment,” says Daniel. “I don’t pressure people to buy a piece of art – they have to feel it and appreciate it. I encourage people to feel my artwork – the coolness of the stone, the grain of the wood. It’s not just a visual experience.” Miskwaa Art Studio and Outdoor Gallery is on the Victoria County Studio Tour over two weekends - September 23, 24, 30 and October 1st. The Gallery is open most days from 11am. You can also follow them on facebook at Outdoor Art Gallery at the Miskwaa. home home of the

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IT’S NOT RIGHT

Many of us tend to associate bullying with youngsters and teens. But there’s another side that shouldn’t be dismissed – abuse of seniors. According to Elder Abuse Ontario, it is a serious and growing problem. They cite statistics that indicate that between 2 and 10 percent of older adults will experience some type of elder abuse or neglect each year. In partnership with Community Care and the Abuse Prevention of Older Adults Network Peterborough, they’re hosting an event where you can learn to recognize the warning sings of the abuse of older adults and how to respond safely and supportively to help seniors at risk or experiencing abuse. There are eight events on the schedule, one of which is Thursday, September 28 at St. Matthews Church in Buckhorn. Doors open at 9am and the event runs until 10:30. Light refreshments will be served. Pre-registration is preferred but walk-ins are welcome. Contact Maggie Doherty-Gilbert at 705742-7067 Ext. 250 or inraffiliateptbo@gmail.com. Community Care Peterborough has information on their Facebook page.

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Faye Carslake has lived in Dunsford her whole life. She spearheaded a campaign to keep the library in town and it appears to have worked - for at least a year. “We are very excited,” she told Kawartha 411. Carslake was one of a handful of Dunsford residents who showed up at a Kawartha Lakes Library Board meeting recently, where the future of the library was being debated. Councillor and Board member Mary-Ann Martin said, “I think the comments and questions raised were very similar to those when the city did the community centres and arenas in various areas. People are passionate about what they have and they don’t want it to be taken away, but we have to look at the big picture - the financial costs and the long term costs.” The lease of the library costs $20,000 a year. It’s one of the only libraries in the City that isn’t located in a city-owned building. The board has been reviewing a number of libraries across the region for efficiency and usage. The Burnt River Library was closed after a similar review. Now that they have been given one year to improve the library’s fortunes, residents are ready to get to work. “We are going to do our best, we are going to promote it,” Carslake said. “Our minister has come forward with a lot of ideas so she is going to work with us. We are going to approach the Dunsford school and see if we can get a program going with them.” They also plan on setting up a “Friends of the Library” organization to help raise awareness and funds. As the Board is in the process of recruiting a new CEO and the outgoing CEO, Diane Lansdell thought the decision to close the library should be held off until the incoming CEO had a chance to explore the options. “I think starting at this time there’s a lot of projects on the go and staff turnover. I would really like for this to be extended to give that new person time to

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have some input into what’s to come.” The Board has held seven hours of interviews for the new CEO and will be setting up final interviews for September 22. The board voted almost unanimously to extend the Dunsford Library lease for one year.

CULVERT REPLACEMENT

A portion of Highway 35 will be temporarily fullyclosed to traffic for approximately 40 calendar days, between September 25 and November 17, as crews work to replace the Stoney Creek culvert. This Provincial project will include work at Highway 35, 5.6 kilometres south of Lindsay, and Highway 7 at Mount Horeb Road. Construction will span 0.15 kilometres. According to the Province, approximately 8,650 vehicles travel this section of Highway 35 in a day, increasing to 10,300 during summer periods. The purpose of this project is to replace the Stoney Creek culvert using an appropriate and cost-effective strategy. The project includes: • removal of existing culvert • removal of existing cast-in-place (CIP) concrete open footing culvert and footings

• construction of new two-cell precast concrete culvert and retaining walls • placement of new steel beam guide rail • reinstatement of the pavement and pavement markings • intersection improvements on Highway 7 at Mt. Horeb Road (City of Kawartha Lakes Road 31) During the closure of Highway 35, traffic will be diverted onto an off-site signed detour using Mount Horeb Road and Highway 7. Temporary traffic signals will be installed at the intersection of Highway 7 and Mount Horeb Road. This project is expected to be completed, with the exception of surface paving, this fall. The final completion date of May 25, 2018 will allow the contractor to complete the surface paving requirements. CKL Police will assign a paid duty officer to periodically patrol the area to enforce the By-Law. A temporary satellite ambulance station will be provided in Pontypool to ensure target times to rural emergencies can be met. All entrances near the culvert location will remain open and accessible at all times during construction.

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Special EVENT TO CELEBRATE Canada 150

A free family event at Ken Reid Conservation Area on Saturday, October 14 will celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and the environment. The event, organized and hosted by the Kawartha Conservation Foundation, will feature hands-on environmental displays, guided hikes, and two live animal shows.

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Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Cost: $30.00 each includes art materials and refreshments. Contact Roberta at the Gallery to reserve your seat

Artist Network

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September 27th at the Kawartha Gallery, 6:30 pm to 8 pm Facilitated by; RoseMarie Condon. Free admission and refreshments provided

Canvas Confidential - Change of date Join Kawartha Art Gallery in celebrating our 2018 Canvas Confidential. Saturday, April 21st, 2018, 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM Mackey Celebrations Inc. (Formerly Queen Street United Church), 35 Lindsay Street North in Lindsay. All Artists’ welcome to contact the Gallery for canvases

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“This is going to be a really fun way to come out and celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday by exploring our natural heritage spaces and local wildlife, and discovering our watershed’s environmental issues, initiatives, and organizations,” explained event organizer and Foundation Chair Julia Taylor. At 1pm, the event kicks off with ‘Hands on Exotics’ where people will have an opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of Canadian and exotic animals from around the world. From 2 to 3:30pm there will be a series of guided hikes through Ken Reid Conservation Area’s diverse trails and a fun and interactive environmental fair. At 3:30 ‘Matt the Birdman’ will begin Birds of Prey, a fantastic, interactive live show. The Environmental Fair will offer a number of educational and interactive booths including bee keeping and water pollution information, with displays by Green Up, Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre, and more. The event is made possible, in part, thanks to a grant through the Kawartha Lakes Community Partnership and Development Fund Program for Canada 150th Celebrations.

LOCAL MP GETS NEW DUTIES

Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MP Jamie Schmale was recently appointed as Deputy Shadow Minister for Natural Resources. Schmale’s assignment means that he will no longer sit as a member on the Standing Committee of Procedure and House Affairs as his new duties require him on the Natural Resources Committee. The Standing Committee on Natural Resources studies and reports on all matters relating to the mandate, management and operation of Natural Resources Canada and selected federal departments and agencies, including among others, the Atomic Energy of Canada, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, National Energy Board, and Sustainable Development Technology Canada.

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It’s Easy Being Green Close the Loop By Julia Taylor

It turns out that those are not specific enough questions for Google to answer. However when I search online for a specific product to purchase I can use the word ‘sustainable’, or ‘eco-friendly’ in front of the item I’m searching for in order to find sustainable options (usually made with recycled content). When I’m at a store purchasing a consumable item – e.g., toilet paper - I just read the packaging on the products offered and find out. A few things off the top of my head that are available with pre- and post-consumer recycled content are toilet paper, printing paper, yoga pants, carpet and some children’s toys. I’m sure once you start digging you’ll find more. If we don’t buy things made out of recycled content, where will our recycling go?

On Tuesday mornings, my kids love to watch the garbage truck coming down the street. If we are outside they always wave to the drivers and sometimes they yell “goodbye recycling”. It reminded me of those song lyrics – “recycle, reduce, reuse, and close the loop - you can make a difference.” I can’t remember if that was a commercial jingle or a song from the cartoon Captain Planet, but I bet a lot of you know it. home of So what does ‘close the loop’ mean? And what the home home of happens after we yell ‘goodbye’ to our recycling? the of BOBCAYGEON 29th, OCTOBER *cue 1950s commercial music and run montage* the 1,2 & pm 3 BOBCAYGEON FAIR Sept. 6:00 bobcaygeonfair.com 705-887-2075 OCTOBER After being dropped off at the M.R.F (material 1,2 & 3 FAIR recovery facility, aka recycling plant) materials are OCTOBER 1,2 & 3 sorted, separated, and baled. Bales are then sold to plants that process the materials into a new material. New raw material is sold and made into a finished product. This is where we come in (again) - we buy the finished product. Or do we? What products are made out of recycled material? How do we know if a product is made from recycled material? Are we doing what we You may be eligible to participate can to support the recycling system?

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Adult Day Programs - Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls , Little Britain, Lindsay & Omemee. Community Care - Call 705-324-7323 SEPT 21, 28 & OCT 5 - Free Arts After School for JK-3 3:30-6pm, Dunsford United Church. Meet at school and walk to church. Pre-registration. Olivia at 705-341-8448 SEPT 22 - Kawartha North FHT 10th Anniversary Open House & Staff Appreciation noon-3pm, Fenelon offices. SEPT 23 - Friends of the Library book sale downstairs, Lindsay Library 10:30 am – 4pm SEPT 24 - Kirkfield Historical Concert 7p.m. By donation. 992 Portage rd\Hwy 48 - more info call 705-438-5454 SEPT 25 - Cancer Support Group, 65 Melbourne St. W. Lindsay, 2 - 4 p.m. 705-324-7323 to register. SEPT 25 - Open House. Free introduction to Modern Square Dancing 7-9pm. Royal Canadian Legion, Sunderland. Singles welcome. Call Pat 705-324-9559. SEPT 25, OCT 11, 20, 23 & 27 - Basic foot care services for seniors and people with special needs, 70 Murray St., Fenelon Falls. Pre-booked appointments. 705-879-4100. SEPT 25 - Dynamic Dunsford Christmas Team 2017. Community meeting to discuss ideas to promote the Christmas spirit in Dunsford. United Church, 6:30pm. Sharon 705-875-8837. SEPT 26 - Fenelon Falls Curling Club registration nights! 7-9pm. New Learn to Curl Program. SEPT 26, OCT 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 - Diners Club seniors luncheon, 70 Murray St., Fenelon. 705-324-7323 to reserve SEPT 26 - “The Beat Goes On” heart health series, 65 Melbourne St. W., Lindsay, 1:30 p.m. Free. This month’s topic: Exercise for Heart Health. 705-324-6111 ext 4145. SEPT 26 & OCT 3 - Free Arts After School grades 4-7 3:306pm, Dunsford United Church. Meet at school and walk to church. Pre-registration only. Olivia at 705-341-8448 SEPT 27 & OCT 25 - free blood pressure monitoring at Burnt River Community Centre, 10:30 a.m. - noon. No appointment necessary. SEPT 27 - Kawartha Lakes Toastmasters Open House 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Boys & Girls Club, Lindsay. RSVP by Sept 22. Gail 705-887-5144 or Brenda 705-324-9410 SEPT 28 - Stroke Survivor Support Group for stroke

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Level II certified dental assistant required for a busy and thriving group dental practice in the Kawartha Lakes area. Must be energetic, flexible, a team player and have a positive outlook. The ideal candidate must be willing to work both assisting the dentists, and be able to process claims and answer the phones at reception. Excellent people skills as well as the ability to take direction are a must. Please send resume to bonnie.macdonald@ cogeco.net

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survivors, family and caregivers. Case Manor, Bobcaygeon. 1:30- 3:30 p.m. 705-324-7323 ext 111 for details. SEPT 28, OCT 5, 19, 26 - Basic foot care services for seniors and people with special needs. 1027 Portage Rd., Kirkfield. Pre-booked appointments required. 705-879-4100 SEPT 29 - Kirkfield Museum Oktoberfest dinner with Lester White entertaining. Adults $16, children 12 & under $8. Lions Hall 6pm. Info 705-438-5454. SEPT 30 - Fenelon Falls The Salvation Army, Roast Beef Dinner 4:30 pm & 6:00 pm. Tickets $15 705-887-3031. 3rd SUN - Ladies auxiliary for Kinmount RCL BR.441 breakfast 8am -noon. OCT 1 - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Thanksgiving dinner. 4-7pm Tickets $15 availble from board members. Info 705-793-1096. Non-members are welcome. OCT 3 - Free Brain Fitness workshop 6:30-8:30 P.M. Dunsford United Church Contact Sharon 705 875-8837 OCT 5 - St. James Anglican Church, Fenelon Falls, Lasagna dinner, 5:30 & Loonie auction, 6:30. Adults $15, children $7, under 5 free. 705-887-9311. OCT 3 - free blood pressure monitoring service, Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. No appointment necessary. OCT 4- free blood pressure monitoring service, 70 Murray St., Fenelon Falls. 9:30 - 11 a.m. No appointment necessary. OCT 5 & 19 - Circle of Hope for the Bereaved, support group for those who have recently lost a loved one. 2 Kent St. W., Lindsay, noon - 1:30 p.m. 705-879-4123 to register. OCT 6, 13, 20 & 27 - Basic foot care services for seniors and people with special needs, Bobcaygeon Senior Citizens Centre Pre-booked appointments required. 705879-4100. OCT 6 - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Mini Bucks euchre 7pm $5 All Non-Members are welcome. MON - Bobcaygeon Senior Centre Mahjong 1 p.m. $3 2nd MON - Lindsay Creative Quilters’ Guild Meetings 35 Lindsay Street N, Lindsay 1–3:30pm 1st TUES - Dunsford Seniors Club Pot Luck, noon; 1:30 pm for Euchre


Health & Wellness TAKING CARE OF YOUR EYES

Submitted by Dr. Faye Crerar

Optometrists play an essential and ongoing role in ensuring the health of you and your family. They diagnose, treat and help prevent diseases and disorders affecting the visual system, the eye and related structures. They also assist in identifying general health conditions that are often first detected through an eye exam, provide referrals to specialists and can help manage post-eye-surgery health. From infants and grade-schoolers to grandparents, optometrists ensure quality of vision, eye health and life. Optometrists evaluate many factors affecting your vision and eye health. They review your case history, conduct an external and internal exam of your eyes and measure vision qualities. If an optometrist detects problems, they may recommend glasses, contact lenses, exercises, medication or surgery. Many serious eye conditions don’t have obvious symptoms. Some eye diseases only show symptoms when the condition is advanced, difficult, or even impossible to treat. A comprehensive eye exam when combined with computerized diagnostic imaging provides the full assurance of vision and eye health. Routine eye exams ensure good vision, eye health and peace of mind. If you do not already have an

optometrist, you do not need a referral to book an exam. Dr. Faye Crerar and Dr. Rob Anderson have provided Bobcaygeon with comprehensive eye care since 1992. They have done everything from prescribing glasses for infants to prevent a lazy eye to detecting brain tumours. Dr. Crerar and Dr. Anderson want to thank Bobcaygeon for 25 great years.

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SWIMMER’S EAR

“Swimmer’s ear” (otitis externa) is infection and inflammation of the ear canal, which can be quite painful and can cause temporary hearing loss. These symptoms often occur as a result of water remaining in the ear after swimming, creating a moist environment for bacterial growth to occur. Cuts or abrasions in the lining of the ear canal (most often from cotton-swab “cleaning”) can also predispose the ear canal to bacterial infection. To treat this problem at home, gently irrigate the ear canal with a bulb syringe containing a solution of equal parts vinegar and alcohol (or select an over-thecounter product). If symptoms persist or worsen, do not hesitate to see a medical professional, who can prescribe antibiotic medication. If you would like to learn about the various ways of safeguarding your hearing from hazards of all kinds, we invite you to give us a call. Don’t put it off any longer. If you think your hearing abilities are less than they once were, call us to see what we can do for you. Between our commitment to your well-being and our dedicated staff, your hearing is in good hands. P.S. When cotton swabs are used to “clean” the ear canal, it usually results in pushing the earwax (cerumen) deeper into the ear canal, where it becomes compacted and more likely to contribute to an infection.

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NEW DOCTOR IN FENELON

Kawartha Lakes Health Care Initiative (KLHCI) is pleased to announce that Dr. Alexandra Jacob will begin practicing with the Kawartha North Family Health Team (KNFHT) in Fenelon Falls starting October 16, 2017. Dr. Jacob received her medical degree from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec in 1989. After practicing in Quebec for a number of years, in 2012 she began to practice in the Ottawa area. Dr. Jacob is the proud mother of three sons currently studying at the University of Ottawa and is excited to be moving to the City of Kawartha Lakes. “I am looking forward to this next phase of my life and hope to contribute to serving the medical needs of the community. My family is looking forward to visiting and enjoying the beautiful lakes and rivers of the City,” says Dr. Jacob. “It has been a pleasure to work with Dr. Jacob and Marina Hodson, Executive Director of the KNFHT, to facilitate this recruitment to our beautiful City,” says Cindy Snider, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator for KLHCI. Anyone wishing to register as a patient with Dr. Jacob should contact the KNFHT at 705-887-3531, registration@knfht.ca, or visit the office at 50 Colborne Street, Fenelon Falls. The Kawartha North Family Health Team’s service area includes Fenelon Falls, Argyle, Bobcaygeon, Burnt River, Coboconk, Glenarm, Rosedale, Kirkfield, Norland, Uphill and surrounding areas.

NEW MEALS ON WHEELS

New healthy eating options are coming to residents of Bobcaygeon, in the form of the Community Care Health & Care Network’s Meals on Wheels program.

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The organization has provided Meals on Wheels service for more than 30 years in many local communities. A twice weekly pilot program has been launched this month in Bobcaygeon in response to growing need. Residents who register for the service can purchase nutritious hot meals that are delivered to their homes at lunch time on Mondays and Wednesdays. The program is designed for seniors and adults with special needs who are experiencing difficulty with cooking or healthy eating. Meals are prepared in Community Care facilities according to the Canada Food Guide. Special dietary options are available. The program ensures that clients’ nutritional needs are met while also providing social interaction and a security check from the volunteers making the deliveries. For further information about Meals on Wheels in Bobcaygeon, contact Community Care’s Bobcaygeon office at 71 Bolton St., 705-324-7323 (www.ccckl.ca).

PROJECT ZERO

Enbridge Gas Distribution is partnering with the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council and Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue to improve home safety and bring fire and carbon monoxide-related deaths down to zero. Kawartha Lakes received 390 units equalling over $23,000 worth of combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms through Project Zero, a public education campaign that is providing a total of 3,330 alarms to residents in 15 Ontario municipalities. This year, Enbridge invested $100,000 in Project Zero.

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Come meet our Exceptional Dental Team • Wisdom Teeth .... we offer laughing gas (nitrous Oxide) for your comfort • Professional Tooth Whitening ... to help get your whitest and brightest smile • Dentures and Denture repairs; non- surgical treatment of gum disease • Endodontics ... root canal treatment • Emergency Care ..... we provide treatment when you need it most

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Since 2009, Project Zero has been delivered to 85 Ontario communities. When properly installed and maintained, combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms help provide the early warning that is needed to safely escape from a house fire or carbon monoxide exposure. “We have proof that prevention saves lives. Knowing this, we remain committed to educating our customers about the importance of installing a combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, as well as properly maintaining fuel-burning equipment,” said Joel Mackie, Enbridge Gas Distribution.  Kawartha Lakes Fire Chief Mark Pankhurst remarked, “These additional smoke and carbon monoxide alarms will be put to good use across our municipality. We look forward to the opportunity to share early prevention and detection tips with residents as we roll them out.”

THE DAYS OF WINE AND WEED

Earlier this month, the Ontario government announced they’ll introduce legislation later this fall to manage the distribution and sale of cannabis. According to their official news release, the plan would have several components: • A minimum age to use, purchase and possess recreational cannabis in Ontario will be 19. • The LCBO will oversee the legal retail of cannabis in Ontario through new stand-alone cannabis stores and an online order service. • Approximately 150 standalone stores will be opened by 2020, including 80 by July 1, 2019, servicing all regions of the province. Online distribution will be available across the province from July 2018 onward. • A coordinated and proactive enforcement strategy will be implemented, to shut down illegal dispensaries and enforce the “over 19” laws. George Soleas, President & CEO of the LCBO, says “The LCBO looks forward to working with the Government of Ontario to ensure the carefully controlled sale of cannabis across the province when it is legalized.” The province will support young people and vulnerable populations through the development of an integrated prevention and harm reduction approach that would promote awareness of cannabisrelated health harms and help people make informed decisions about use. The approach will also include education, health and social service providers that work with, and educate, youth and young adults. Ontario intends to consult closely with municipalities, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders to determine additional details about the retail and distribution system.

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